Season 18 of "Dancing with the Stars" is going to feature a ton of new faces, from co-host Erin Andrews replacing Brooke Burke-Charvet to a new band, and now we know who the faces of the competitors will be.
"Good Morning America" anchor Lara Spencer was in Los Angeles to help Andrews and Tom Bergeron introduce the newest competitors for the coveted mirror ball trophy, and Millenials will recognize a couple of kids they grew up with on the silver screen.
Here's the full list:
Celebrity: Danica McKellar (Winnie Cooper from "The Wonder Years")
Pro: Val Chmerkovskiy
Celebrity: Cody Simpson (Current Australian pop star, singer of "Pretty Brown Eyes")
Pro: Whitney Carson
Celebrity: Billy Dee Williams (Actor from "Star Wars" and other films)
Pro: Emma Slater
Celebrity: Diana Nyad (World champion swimmer)
Pro: Henry Byalikov
Celebrity: NeNe Leakes ("Real Housewives of Atlanta" personality, "Glee" actress)
Pro: Tony Dovolani
Celebrity: James Maslow (Big Time Rush group member, recently turned hunk -- see TMZ pic)
Pro: Peta Murgatroyd
Celebrity: Sean Avery (Former New York Rangers player)
Pro: Karina Smirnov
Celebrity: Drew Carey (Comedian, current host of "The Price is Right")
Pro: Cheryl Burke
Celebrity: Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner from "Full House")
Pro: Mark Ballas
Celebrity: Charlie White (Olympian ice dancer, partner to Meryl Davis)
Pro: Sharna Burgess
Celebrity: Meryl Davis (Olympian ice dancer, partner to Charlie White)
Pro: Maks Chmerkovskiy
Celebrity: Amy Purdy, who appeared via video (Paralympic snowboarder)
Pro: Derek Hough
Spencer chatted with the celebrities before their professional partners were revealed to get their reaction to their new casting. First up was Davis, the recently dubbed Olympic gold medalist ice dancer, who commented on being pitted against her long-time partner.
"It's gonna be different. I think we're excited for a little healthy competition, though," Davis said.
White added he's ready for a challenge.
"Obviously the way you move is completely different so it's exciting to try something new," White added.
Fans of "Full House" should keep an eye out for some famous uncles in the "DWTS" audience this year. Cameron Bure said she knows Stamos and rest of "Full House" crew will come cheer her on. "They're very supportive."
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